Does anyone else remember when the President announced he was creating a 6th wing of the military, which he proudly dubbed the “Space Force?” This episode features an interview with Jacqueline Klimas, a National Defense reporter at Politico, who breaks down what Trump actually accomplished
It’s news outlets versus the giants of social media and the web.
WhatsApp forwarded message chains have resulted in mob justice and seven deaths in rural India. Is the app responsible for curbing its potentially dangerous effects?
The recent ransomeware attacks were shocking enough to get coverage, but the media may have missed some key points.
Facebook is exploring a new technology that will allow people to “type” through thought.
A group of companies that depend on advertising are looking for a solution to ad-blockers, the tools that many internet users use to avoid seeing online ads. In an ironic twist, that solution might be an ad-blocker. Advertising Age reports that the Coalition for Better
This past presidential election catalyzed civic engagement like never before. U.S. lawmakers and their communications teams have reported receiving more than 1.5 million calls per day on their most busy weeks as constituents voice their concerns over Trump’s cabinet nominees and new legislation. According to
Technology shapes our world in ways that can be obvious or discreet. And sometimes, reading tech news can be dizzying. Even folks who see themselves as tech-savvy can be disoriented by the specialized vocabulary needed to understand some tech stories. The Washington Post is integrating
From a young age, Jeff Kofman knew he wanted to be in the world of news reporting. As a former CBS and ABC foreign correspondent, Kofman earned an Emmy among other awards for his work covering breaking news events including the Chilean Mine Rescue, Hurricane
A Syrian refugee in Germany lost his injunction suit against Facebook, in which he sought to make Facebook responsible for filtering out content that falsely linked him to crime or terrorism. A court in Würzburg on Tuesday ruled that the social media giant does not